Fallout New Vegas is arguably one of the greatest RPGs of all time. Many adore Obsidian Entertainment developed RPG for its storytelling, world and incredibly well writing. However, Fallout: New Vegas is the last of the partnership with the parent company Bethesda.
Over the years, naturally, fans have asked The Elder Scrolls developer to partner up with Obsidian for a follow-up or a sequel. And it seems Josh Sawyer, the director of Fallout New Vegas, shares the sentiments (via VGC).
In a recent interview with Kinda Funny Games, Sawyer was asked about his experience in creating the famed RPG title.
He said that developing the title was a crazy experience since they made it in 18 months. On the other hand, he says that creating Fallout: New Vegas was a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.
Sawyer was also asked what the next entry in the series would be like if he made it.
“I am not sure. I have not thought about it in quite a while because again, it kind of came into my life and then floated away,” Sawyer said.
“In the past, I’ve said you know people have talked about New Orleans. I do think California or the Midwest would also be very interesting. I am a big believer in finding things that I have to be passionate about it as a director, but also that the team is excited about and that works within the larger idea of the property.”
“So yeah, I think there’s a lot of cool places in the US. A lot of people have also talked about what Fallout is in other parts of the world. Those are interesting as well. I do not know. I think there are lots of cool opportunities. It depends on what the moment is and what the team looks like.”
Hopefully, fans get what they wish for, seeing how both Obsidian and Bethesda are now studios under Xbox, and there is always a chance for the console maker to greenlight a title.